Holy Mother Of Wack

An alert and astute mockdocker sent me a photograph which I completely dismissed as made up and fake, until curiosity got the better of me and I googled it.

“Googled what?” you might be thinking right now.

I googled, “Breast Milk Pendant,” you guys. And I got A LOT OF HITS. Including a link to one on etsy, which has SOLD.

I get being proud of being able to squeeze life-giving juice out of your own body. That is super cool. But the reason this chick makes boob juice pendants is as follows:

“Breastfeeding has changed my life, expanded my mind, and connected me to my boys in ways I could have never imagined. I am so very passionate about my children and amazed that my milk has helped them grow so beautifully. What an extraordinary power to MAKE MILK, and I woud do anything to preserve that forever. These beautiful pendants do just that, and last as a visual keepsake that you can pass to your children as they become parents. To see that precious milk bead preserved forever… it’s beautiful to me and I hope you agree.”

I’m sorry, but that is WACK.

Discuss.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/hannibalschlechter Olivia J. Snarkypants

    Less bizarre than the Breast Milk cookbook, but only slightly less so.

  • SunnyAZ

    Holy crap x 2; breast milk cookbook??? Wow, just wow!

  • Amy

    Nasty. These people take themselves way too seriously. I remember the dreadlocked, birkenstocked hippie, lactation consultant who came into my hospital room, UNIVITED, when I asked for formula because my baby would not nurse. My mother practically made her cry.

  • Mizz M

    Oooh…the breast-feeding nutjobs! As an adoptive mom, I was ready to head to MI and throttle a friend of a friend who said that if you use formula, you’re basically poisoning your baby. She probably would want one of these pendants. And I have a question…whose breast milk does she use? Her own (ewww) or does she have them send a vial of their own for her to make into the pendant.

  • HesterPrynne

    I breastfed all my babies, but I never felt heroic or saintly because of it. I am questioning whether that’s really breastmilk though because it’s not that thick and is more of a grey/blue color. I think someone has figured out a way to make some $$.

  • Reminiscent_of_Purple

    I wish I could go back to the way life was before I knew a breastmilk cookbook existed.